Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ceres Power Holdings LSE:CWR London Ordinary Share GB00B0351429 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.275p +1.65% 16.95p 183,343 13:29:35
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
16.50p 16.95p 16.95p 16.60p 16.60p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 3.12 -11.43 -1.00 172.3

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18/7/2018
09:20
Ceres Power Daily Update: Ceres Power Holdings is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CWR. The last closing price for Ceres Power was 16.68p.
Ceres Power Holdings has a 4 week average price of 14.05p and a 12 week average price of 12.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 17.30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10p.
There are currently 1,016,269,193 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Ceres Power Holdings is £172,257,628.21.
03/7/2018
23:39
cerrito: I thought it rather inconsiderate to issue such an important RNS at a time of the day when we were focusing in on Wimbledon and the World Cup. For that reason I have not gone through their comments on what has been achieved and the future with the detailed eye required to pick out the subtleties. That said I was surprised at this news. They have I reckon about £8m in the bank. They were about to get £18m from Weichai and one assumes a further £23m. That would give £49m.. enough for roughly five years if they continue to burn cash at the same rate as in recent years. So why are they taking this extra £20m? One reason may well be that they are expecting for their cash burn to increase especially with the new factory and as they say increased working capital needs; the second may be that as they are dealing with big companies on mission critical projects the credit guys at these companies have indicated that they will need CWR to have a strong balance sheet- this was a reason that Kromek gave early last year for doing an equity raise. It also has the effect that Weichai invest an extra £5m approx. The way I read the RNS is that this £70m+ of financing will take them through to 2021 or three years hence when they should be cash flow break even- but that may not be what they meant. I am hoping that this will be oversubscribed and be interesting to see if they increase the amount raised from the market-I guess not as it would mess yup the pro rata holdings of Weichai. .My initial reaction was that the share price would drift down but who knows there may be a lot of unsatisfied institutional demand. PS I assume that Richard Griffith's will pass as he did in September 2016 and be interesting to see if IP Group participate again. PPS A good measure of progress in the last two years was that the September 2016 placing was done at 8.75p.
26/6/2018
16:08
nivison: I share your nervousness about IP transfer to a Chinese company. I don't think China really grasps the concept of IP. Slightly different but one of my other investments tripped up in China over ownership of a brand name which went to court and the local distributor won. I recall Top Gear reporting that BMW lost a case against a Chinese company making knock off BMWs. I really like this product. I believe it will form part of the energy mix in the future and am invested here quite heavily for me. But I hope CWR are being extremely careful in protecting their IP and ensuring that revenues do indeed flow once/if the cell is used in Chinese products. Revenue from sales will shift this share price but that may take some time.
15/6/2018
15:52
scrutable: with a timing of 17 years like the cycle of cicadas, and once an unbelievable share price high of 409p, CWR shares this week continued their 108%/pa recovery lift off from their 2018 low OF 10P. The share price is perceptibly accelerating as though the market is finally becoming aware of their track record impressing global corporations with their unique steel cell SOFC. I feel that we finally have lift off towards commercialisation for two of the six cooperation licences, one of which must be for the domestic CHP boiler product, successfully tested during 2017 in several directors homes. I expect an RNS any day onwards, latest by the date of FY results in early October. Any launch of CHP products would surely be timed to catch the next Winter season, and needs to be launched by early August for maximum effect.
16/5/2018
10:55
smokey 1o3: Dozey could'nt disagree with you more. This is really good news. I worked in China for 10+ years and found their business ethics as good as anyone else's. One Company I worked with was a JV between the British, Chinese and Japanese and all got along well. Also no problem with Cummins and USA as they have multifarious investments in China. I have had the feeling the share price has been purposely kept low in recent months to accommodate something like this. Good to see the UK can develop good business relationships outside of the EU!!.
20/3/2018
09:18
nivison: Agree with Mr Roper - the most interesting prospect here is the mention of the possibility of a strategic partner. Not something that has been mentioned before I believe. Imagine what would happen to the share price if, for example, one of the OEM's took a 10% stake in the company for £20 million. Small beer for some of the current partners and an excellent way of hedging against their future costs. The operative word being 'if' of course. Massive upside potential remains here but associated risk too. I remain invested as the business case continues to build.
26/9/2017
15:24
ben chod: maybethe market is being manipulated 10 years ago I paid around a quid for ceres watched the share price increase over the months without anyreal news other than peterbance holdingamodular steelstack and staringoff into space PB always told a good story bringhimback
24/8/2017
11:34
pierre oreilly: They did hit 4 quid ten years ago. I'm sure lots like me got out at over a quid or two many years ago, so it seems to make buying back in at anything below 20p a really easy (but illogical really) decision. I sold when they decided to build their factory in the most expensive part of the uk, stupid imv, and that has hit the share price over the last several years. But they now seem to be well in with partnership with bigger companies - way to go imv. IIRC, they were expecting to announce other parnetrships too.
21/12/2016
11:51
gnnmartin: The trouble is that they will obviously need more money before they become cash flow neutral, and this makes share price movements self fulfilling.
21/12/2016
10:55
scrutable: The share price contradicts all the facts and is becoming an increasingly attractive invitation to accumulate. The CWR steel fuel cell is already a world beater as to electrical efficiency,power density(?) durability, cheapness of manufacture, and is endorsed by partnership with four(and a fifth, anonymous, probably as impressive) world giants. At least six month's patience is required, before they reach the edge of commercialisation and prepare to launch the first application.. Thereafter, why should this share not ultimately x10 or even x20 bag?
22/3/2016
20:51
re1dy: It could be a distraction; there's a lot to be said for being focused. It's time to start selling some kit, nothing else is going to move the share price upwards.
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